British Airways to Resume Flights Between Singapore and Sydney After Two Years

Flight BA15 will depart from London on 27 March

  • 09:14 AM, 18 Feb, 2022

(Singapore, 18 February 2022) British Airways’ first passenger flight between Singapore and Sydney since April 2020 will take to the skies on 28 March 2022. The daily stopover service will allow customers to travel to and from Singapore to Sydney. Following the news that Australia is reopening its borders to fully vaccinated international travellers, the resumption of the route will enable people in the UK and Australia to reunite with loved ones following a long period of separation caused by Covid-19.

Flight BA15 will be operated by the state-of-the-art Boeing 787-9 and is scheduled to depart from London on 27 March and will arrive in Singapore on 28 March at 1745 local time. The flight will depart from Singapore on 28 March at 1925 local time and arrive in Sydney on 29 March at 0610 local time. The returning flight BA16 will depart from Sydney at 1550 local time and will arrive in Singapore at 2105 local time and then depart at 2235 local time connect to London Heathrow.

Noella Ferns, (pictured) British Airways’ Head of Sales, Asia Pacific, said: “We can’t wait to welcome our customers back on board our Sydney flights reuniting families and friends with their loved ones after such a long time apart. The safety of our customers and colleagues has always been at the heart of everything we do.  We know some customers won’t have flown for a long time, and we can assure them we have a range of Covid-19 measures in place to provide stress and hassle-free travel.”

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has removed the pre-departure test requirements for all passengers transferring or transiting through Singapore week effective 21 February 2022.  Arriving passengers in Singapore no longer need to perform an on-arrival PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test at Changi Airport and the seven-day ART testing after arrival will also cease. Instead, they will have up to 24 hours from their entry into Singapore to take a supervised self-swab (SSS) Antigen Rapid Test (ART) at one of the testing centres located across Singapore. This will not only help reduce costs but will also enhance customer convenience.   

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